We have limited availability to do rapid covid testing for our clients. Reserve your test online today and schedule your consultation within the three days of travel. We come to you for the testing and you will have results within 15 minutes with documents emailed to you.
Clients must reserve and prepay for their test. The actual appointment can be completed and scheduled at your convenience for a future trip. Reach out to our office to insure we are available for the dates you need us.
If you have multiple individuals that need to schedule at the same time, please purchase one test for each person.
We offer both antigen and antibody testing to our clients. Travelers need to verify if these tests are permitted for their destination.
WE ARE NOT AUTHORIZED FOR HAWAII TRAVEL. Note: There is no guarantees of results offered with these tests. They are offered as a professional courtesy to facilitate travel, return to work or family visitation needs. All clients are encouraged to stay current on FDA and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations.
The CDC offers additional testing information for Air travelers: Click here
Simple steps for Covid testing:
1. Email us to confirm our availability for your travel dates.
2. Purchase your test using the links below (one test per patient).
3. Schedule your appointment through the website link at the bottom of the page or by phone. We can test up to four (4) individuals at a single location appointment slot.
4. Get tested on your scheduled date and receive your results and travel paperwork.
Antigen Test: Viral swabs are used after exposure and to meet air travel requirements. It can also be used for return to work or school. Our testing is performed at a location of your choice with an anterior nasal swab (front of the nose).
Antibody Testing: Looks for recent and less recent infection using IgG and IgM antibodies. Most clients use the antibody test to personally determine the presence of antibodies after receiving COVID vaccines. Antibody testing is done by using three tiny drops of blood obtained through a fingerstick.